The ever-popular The 100 convention, Unity Days, held January 19th-21st (second and final (?) one) held in Vancouver, BC was an absolute success. Fans from all the pinpoints of the globe attended the event to hang out with fifteen The 100 stars, explore the unique on-set props, engage in panels, and hopefully gain spoilers for the upcoming season 5. There was also the Cancer Gets Lost silent auction (second year) Friday evening prior the guests’ festivities. The tables were filled with beautiful fan art, cast donated items, and official merchandise from The 100. The auction itself raised close to an astounding $11,000 ($10,854 USD) for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network in honor of the Cancer Gets Lost founder, Jo Garfein’s mother-in-law who passed away one month ago from stage-four pancreatic cancer after a courageous battle.
This past Friday, a new family member has been introduced to The 100. South American actor Shannon Kook (Degrassi) has been cast to portray a mystery character in the season 5 finale.
The premiere date for The 100 season 5 was revealed yesterday (April 24th) at the CW TCA press panel. Today, a new promotional photo for the new season has been debuted on The 100‘s official Twitter account. In my opinion-it’s quite revolutionary. It embodies a sense of a major conflict that is going to be overpowered and cleared. Something that all the past promotional images and posters had in common, and is not foreign to The 100.
It’s official! The 100 season 5 finally gets it well-deserved premiere date! The news was announced today at the TCA presentation for the CW Network. Please continue on for more.
Without a doubt, The 100 has proved itself time and time again to be one of the most successful shows on television. It pushes the brink of traditional narratives to deliver a powerful and potent message. It has several and meaningful messages-but it all strips down to one-survival. The 100 just does not only entertains its dedicated fanbase and its viewers but creates an electrifying brainstorm to synchronize with its plot. That staple is what makes the drama unique, and sets it apart from others. But with the 2018 new year now in force, the fifth season is set to premiere-but when?
When it comes to villains, The 100 has created some very multi-faceted and dimensional ones. Who can forget Cage Wallace, who done some merciless deeds inside Mt. Weather? Or Charles Pike, the man who acted purely on vengeance? Now, the people will have a new villain to be concerned about in the upcoming season five. Canadian actor Mike Dupod will be joining the bad-guy line.
This past weekend, Christmas Inheritance premiered on the streaming service Netflix, starring Eliza Taylor. While the movie is your typical-run-of-the-mill holiday leisure, Eliza was the one who made it delightful and fun. See my review below about Christmas Inheritance! *The following article contains spoilers.*
The sixth annual UBCP ACTRA Awards held its event in Vancouver, November 18th. Arriving at the Vancouver Place was some of The 100 cast members. Richard Harmon was one of the nominees up for the “Best Actor” for his work on The 100. Among others attending were Marie Avgeropoulos, Tasya Teles, Jarod Joseph, and Chelsy Reist. There are some photos from the show that were added to the gallery recently.
On Saturday, November 25th, the 4th Annual Hunkerdown Xmas Showdown took place at the Maritime Labour Centre located in Vancouver. The concert was to benefit Instruments Beyond Borders, Insite Safe Injection Site, and Cinefuego. Fans attended to see performances by bands in the television industry, including Arrow, Supernatural, The Flash, Riverdale, and of course, The 100. At the end of the night, there can be only one winner to take home the trophy of the coveted “Battle of The Bands.”
As to add to the marvelous screen captures we have gotten over the past three days, the titles for The 100 season 5 episodes 05×09 and 05×10 have been officially released by Warner Brothers. Remember the fifth season will have a block of thirteen episodes, so there will be three more left to title. You can see the names of nine and ten below.